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Natures Plus Extended Release RED YEAST RICE 600MG pestañas 60

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60 Vegetarian Tablets

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Tamaño: 60 Vegetarian Tablets
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Dimensiones del producto12,2 x 6,4 x 6,4 cm ; 159 g
Peso250 gramos
Unidades60 Tablets
MarcaNature's Plus
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Número de modelo del producto097467073616
Producto en desde11 de marzo de 2011
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Tamaño:60 Vegetarian Tablets


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79 de 80 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Natures Plus Red Yeast Rice, extended release 600 mg - works great for us 3 de febrero de 2011
Por limelav - Publicado en
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For the past year, my husband has been taking Natures Plus Red Yeast Rice extended release at bedtime and his total cholesterol and LDL have both reduced substantially. His doctor recommended it. If this didn't work, he'd have to go on a statin. Fortunately that's not necessary now because his cholesterol dropped to about 200.

I'd like to add that there was a study published in the New York Times science column in late 2010 comparing efficacy of about 10 different red yeast rice products. Natures Plus Red Yeast Rice was included in the laboratory study. I ordered a copy of the results online and discovered that Nature's Plus seemed to test the best among all the other brands. Some of the other brands have a toxin after-effect to the kidney, something to do with the yeast fermentation process. Also some of the other brands don't necessarily have the concentration of monocolins which they state on their packaging. That has to do with quality control in the manufacturing process.

In any event, the study showed that Natures Plus Red Yeast Rice did not have the toxin and the monocolin count was accurate as stated (600).

I have to say we were very concerned about this toxin thing especially, and it was relief to learn that Natures Plus RYR passed the lab test. Otherwise my husband would have switched to a prescription statin. We are staying with this product.
11 de 12 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good product brand but RYR is still a statin 16 de junio de 2016
Por J.D.Reviewer - Publicado en
Tamaño: 60 Vegetarian Tablets Compra verificada
If you have to use a statin, then this particular brand of red yeast rice is probably the best. It is the only one I could find that lists the amount of monocolins on the bottle. It gets very good reviews from an independent testing company.

I used a name brand statin for a couple of years, and found that my LDL cholesterol went down significantly. Then I switched to 1,200 mg of this brand of RYR and found that the blood tests were actually better on the RYR than the statin.

Neither the statin nor the RYR had a significant effect on the HDL. They did have an effect on the the platelets - cut the bad numbers in half - but still kept them in the high zone. For this you need niacin.

But make no mistake about it. RYR is a statin. If you are avoiding statins because you are having problems with them, chances are you will have the same problems with RYR.

The literature on moderately high cholesterol - 200-400 - is mixed as to whether or not you need a statin in order to prevent a first heart attack. Doctors seem to be blind to this literature. They have been brainwashed by the pharm. salespeople.

My feeling is you should have a nuclear stress test and an echo and go from there. If your cholesterol is high...and if you have survived a first heart attack...then take a statin or RYR along with niacin and Omega 3's. But do not expect this kind of counseling from a conventional cardiologist. You'll have to find someone who practices alternative medicine.

That being said, this product arrived as scheduled on Prime. It cost significantly less on Amazon than at retail stores. It had a much better expiration date than I have been able to find at retail stores.

Be careful when ordering. It comes in different sizes and strengths. Look for 600 mg extended release.

Excellent product. Questionable medical need. You do the research.
6 de 6 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Blown away! 23 de junio de 2015
Por Jennifer S. - Publicado en
Tamaño: 60 Vegetarian Tablets Compra verificada
I was merely hoping to reduce my LDL enough to get my doctor off my back about putting me on a statin drug...instead, in six weeks, my LDL went to a dangerously high 173 to a perfectly normal 84! I made minimal changes to my diet, more good fats, less bad fats, less sugar and carbs, but it wasn't a drastic change. This red yeast rice exceeded my expectations by a long shot! No statins for me!
See the picture of lab results...before and after!
55 de 57 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Replaced my expensive Lipitor! 12 de marzo de 2011
Por Carol Lynn - Publicado en
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Millions of people aren't wrong, this really can replace statins. Maybe not if you're taking a very high dose of course, but in place of my 10 mg a day prescription at $3.50 a tablet, it sure did work! All lipid levals are normal, the same as they were when I took the statins. Talk to your Dr. and have a lipid panel run (cholesterol, LDL, HDL, triglycerides), then ask if you can try red yeast rice for 3 months or so. Repeat the lipid panel and see if it works for you. an independent testing lab that I subscribe to ($29.00 a year-they test all OTC vitimins/herbs etc. things on the market) said this brand has the most active ingredients of all on the market, and Amazon has the best price. Don't forget to read up on fish oil too. My daughter's triglycerides went from 320 down to 187 in two months! Yes, discuss it with a health professional because these OTC's may interfere with other things you are taking. Be safe with OTC's!
2 de 2 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Drop LDL's 14-15% 11 de abril de 2014
Por Dennis - Publicado en
Tamaño: 60 Vegetarian Tablets Compra verificada
Here is my experience and nonprofessional opinion:

I've had my blood tested before and after and my LDL's dropped between 14-15%
2 years later my wife did these same thing with the exact same % result. I've read RYR is capable of about this range.

Red Yeast Rice has a natural statin in it, that's why so it's not some mystery. Normally you can't patent a natural product, but the pharmaceutical company that does hold the patent sued to drop any cholesterol lowering claims from these natural products and won in court. Money = Power, right? Total bee ess.

If your LDL's is your only problem and can be managed by a <15% drop, these work great, one pill daily at night before you go to sleep (when your liver otherwise would make these things which the statin prevents)

Am I a doctor? Nope. So convince yourself of the need and efficacy. And prove it by having personal test results before, during and, uh, after or during again?

Statins btw can results in a rare muscular degeneration that is life threatening. 2.5% of folks can get muscle soreness as the main side-effect, and the life-threatening aspect is an even smaller subset within that group. Most won't ever notice any symptoms at all. Neither I nor my wife did. Plus such studies come from much higher doses of statins than what Red Yeast Rice contains. But if you do have muscular pains beyond what is normal or temporary due to injury or overuse, see a doctor and consult your options.

On the other hand, studies now are indicating clear benefits to pharmaceutical statins. Lower death (12%) less heart incidents (28%) less brain incidents (19%) not only because statins prevent LDL production and boost HDL's to a slight extent but also because they kind of act like a blood thinner and prevent clotting to some extent. At least that's what I've read and had a Heart Surgeon tell me. Sooo, what appeared to be "I Don't Know" for decades now has some multiple studies that conform in their results. Good You Luck!